church year


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Noun1.church year - the year in the ecclesiastical calendar; especially feast days and special seasons
holy day, religious holiday - a day specified for religious observance
twelvemonth, year, yr - a period of time containing 365 (or 366) days; "she is 4 years old"; "in the year 1920"
saint's day - a day commemorating a saint
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In this second-to-last Sunday of the church year, our liturgy focuses on the end times.
God bless your preaching and your listening as we move into the holiest season of the church year.
For me, it is the most emotional moment of the church year.
This first commentary volume covers the first half of the Evangelisches Gesangbuch, with hymns for the church year (numbers 1-154, including sections for Advent, Christmas, New Year, Epiphany, Passion, Easter, Ascension, Pentecost, Trinity, special days, penitential clays, and the end of the church year) and service music (numbers 155-269, including sections for procession and recession, liturgical songs, word of God, baptism and confirmation, Eucharist, confession, weddings, gathering and sending, and ecumenical songs).
Tuesday, October 29 St Nicholas Cathedral Flower Fellowship, Newcastle, open meeting with demonstration, The Church Year, by K Marlor, St Nicholas Cathedral, 10am.
David has already introduced exciting new ideas to the congregation, and we look forward to working with him as well as Steve and Stephanie as the new church year begins.
Rev Jo Archer-Siddall led worship at Linthwaite Methodist Church where she introduced the theme of Playing a Part, which will be the base for her sermons for the rest of the Church year.
The collection can complement your entire church year repertoire.
It is considered the most important day in the Church year, as it is the day on which Jesus rose from the dead.
The Book of Praise is, like most hymn books, arranged for the church year.
Classes meet for one hour, three times a week at the church year -round.
As we come again to the changing of the church year, we reflect once more on the state of God's creation.